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Inspiration from DC’s ‘Art Evangelist’

Saturday, October 31, 2009 · 1 Comment

Philippa Hughes_living room

Philippa Hughes is an attorney-cum-Art Evangelist who recently launched Pink Line Project, an online guide to the DC arts scene.

An article from Washington Spaces takes us inside Hughes’ apartment/Pink Line headquarters (see above) which holds her considerable art collection. Hughes’ philosophy on art is refreshing; when asked about the resale value of her art she quips, “But what about living here?” The way Hughes has decorated her apartment and displayed her art clearly demonstrates her love of art and her admirably free-spirited approach. More power to her!

Tags: Design · Living w/ Art

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  • 1 Alci // Dec 27, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    What a feeble atepmtt to take out the la-la Boo to all you la-la nay sayers out there. Let’s not get too philosophical about this shall we? We can have fun in church. I think that God made it very clear that He loves it when we come to Him with a child-like heart. Now let’s hear you worshipers out there dispute that. I’d love to hear that debate, but I’d hate to be on the other side .the wrong side.Seriously, worship leaders, we’ve got to learn to loosen up a little guys and gals. Is your heart really to draw in the crowds into a meaningful worship experience? Then you’d better be able to take off your holy of holies robe for a bit and just be real with the folks out there in the seats. So go ahead and stretch yourself a little with a la-la or two. I promise it doesn’t hurt.

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